Just after we’re finally use to the mobile-friendly labels that are appearing in search results, it looks like Google is doing away with them. But don’t worry, Google isn’t getting rid of the mobile-friendly algorithm, it just means the labels are being removed from the search results.
Good aid that, in their announcement, that “85% of all pages in the mobile search results” now are mobile-friendly by Google’s criteria. Because of this, they decided that they wanted to declutter the search results by removing the label. The label first launched officially in November 2014.
If you do not see your site with the mobile-friendly label, there is no need to worry. You can use Google’s mobile-friendly testing tool and/or check your mobile usability report that’s found in the Google Search Console.
Here’s what the mobile-friendly label looked like while it was still up: